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European Parliament election, 1999 (Spain)

The European Parliament election of 1999 in Spain was the election of the delegation from Spain to the European Parliament in 1999.

Results

 Summary of the 13 June 1999 Spanish European Parliament constituency election results
Parties and alliances Votes % Change Seats Change
People's Party (Partido Popular) 8,410,993 39.74 -0.38 27 -1
Spanish Socialist Workers' Party (Partido Socialista Obrero Español) 7,477,823 35.33 +4.54 24 +2
United Left (Izquierda Unida) 1,221,566 5.77 –7.67 4 -5
Convergence and Union (Convergència i Unió) 937.687 4.43 –0.23 3 =
European Coalition (Coalición Europea) 677,094 3.20 new 2 new
Nationalist Coalition - Europe of the Peoples (Coalición Nacionalista - Europa de los Pueblos) 613,968 2.90 new 2 new
Galician Nationalist Bloc (Bloque Nacionalista Galego) 349,079 1.65 new 1 new
Euskal Herritarrok 306,923 1.45 new 1 new
The Greens – The Left of the Peoples 300,874 1.42 - 0 =
Total (turnout 63.05%) 20,296,007  100,00% 64 '=
Vote share
PP
  
39.74%
PSOE
  
35.33%
IU
  
5.77%
CiU
  
4.43%
CE
  
3.20%
CN-EP
  
2.90%
BNG
  
1.65%
EH
  
1.45%
Others
  
1.42%
Blank
  
1.69%
Parliamentary seats
PP
  
42.19%
PSOE
  
37.50%
IU
  
6.25%
CiU
  
4.69%
CE
  
3.13%
CN-EP
  
3.13%
BNG
  
1.56%
EH
  
1.56%

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